Olympia police officers escort a train through downtown Olympia Nov. 17, as police and city staff clear a camp of protesters blocking the tracks. Protesters began their blockade on Nov. 11, preventing the train believed to be loaded with fracking sand to leave.
Olympia police officers escort a train through downtown Olympia Nov. 17, as police and city staff clear a camp of protesters blocking the tracks. Protesters began their blockade on Nov. 11, preventing the train believed to be loaded with fracking sand to leave. Tony Overman Staff file, 2016
Olympia police officers escort a train through downtown Olympia Nov. 17, as police and city staff clear a camp of protesters blocking the tracks. Protesters began their blockade on Nov. 11, preventing the train believed to be loaded with fracking sand to leave. Tony Overman Staff file, 2016

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